About Me: Iam a teacher by profession holding a bachelor of arts degree in primary education from uganda martys university uganda.I have held several positions at junior and senior levels in my career and the most recent is that of being a headteacher of a primary school and founder of a local community project for women and children who have been widowed or orphaned as a result of hiv/aids. and other too who are excluded in society.I have keen interest in human rights advocacy on gender and equality for women, democracy, economic empowerment and community sensitisation.

My Passions: human rights, peace, democracy and gender

My Challenges: capacity to cater for the majority of women who need our services and we are unable

My Vision for the Future: an empowered group of girls to effect change in the social, political and economic spheres of life in uganda

My Areas of Expertise: teaching, community work, politics and project writing

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Welcome to PulseWire! I am so happy that you are part of a community that cherishes your voice and encourages your vision for a better tomorrow. Your knowledge and ideas will be inspiring others through your writing and service to this community. As a teacher you don't only support children, but the ideal that knowledge is power and I am grateful for that. I hope you gain connections through PulseWire that will aid your passion for community development that engages learning, solutions, and a never ending hope for the enrichment of children.

With friendship, Carri Pence

Thanks Carri You are absolutely right, a teacher has great influence on various people in our society, so it is also righ to act exemplary, most children's personal growth depends on teachers.It should also be noted that teachers spend more time with children than even their parents sometimes, so alot is done by teachers they need to be given credit.

Dear Dorcas,

Welcome to PulseWire! We are thrilled to have you as a new member in our thriving community of women who are lifting their voices in the name of empowerment and connecting across borders to make positive change for women everywhere!

I would love to hear more about the Namutumba Women and Children's Initiative and it's goals, projects and success stories! I sense that you have so much to share and teach our community - especially women who have budding ideas for grassroots projects and need guidance on how to successfully channel their vision into initiatives that effectively empower women in their communities.

I hope that you will join us in the Ending Gender Based Violence group: http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/groups/22295

And participate in our Action Blogging Campaign: http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/programs/action-blogging-campaign-gbv

Based on your work, experience and passion - your voice is valuable to this campaign and I encourage you to share!

In friendship, Jade

Online Community Manager World Pulse